Sh. Iakerson

 

Specimens of Mediaeval Hebrew Scripts, vol. 3: Ashkenazic Script. Compiled by Edna Engel and Malachi Beit-Arié. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2017 (The Hebrew Palaeography Project). (נא), XLVI pages, 202 plates. ISBN 978-965-208-187-2

 

DOI: 10.31250/1238-5018-2018-24-1-68-70

 

References

 

  • Beit-Arié, M. (1981), Hebrew Codicology: Tentative Typology of Technical Practices Employed in Hebrew Dated Medieval Manuscripts, Jerusalem: Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
  • Beit-Arié M., Engel, E. & Yardeni, A. (comp.) (1987), Specimens of Mediaeval Hebrew Scripts, vol. 1: Oriental and Yemenite Scripts, Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
  • Beit-Arié, M & Engel E. (comp.) (2002), Specimens of Mediaeval Hebrew Scripts, vol. 2: Sefardic Script, Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
  • Freimann, A. & Marx, M. (eds.) (1924—1931),Thesaurus typographiae hebraicae saeculi XV, Berlin: Marx & Co Verlag.

 

Received by the Editorial Board:20.11.2017


I. Wojewódzki

 

Manetti, Giannozzo. A Translator's Defence. Edited by Myron Mc Shane; translated by Mark Young. Cambridge; London: Harvard UP, 2016. XXXVIII, 306 pages. (The I Tatti Renaissance library. 71). ISBN 978-0-674-08865-8

 

DOI: 10.31250/1238-5018-2018-24-1-71-72

 

Received by the Editorial Board:20.02.2018

 


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